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2017, Vol. 52, Nr. 3, September
Unusual cause of proctorrhagia for gastroenterologists: Rectal Kaposi’s sarcoma

ABSTRACT Proctorrhagia is a frequent symptom encountered in clinical practice, in primary care medicine as well as in Gastroenterology Departments. The common causes of proctorrhagia include hemorrhoids, diverticular disease, colorectal…

2017, Vol. 52, Nr. 3, September
Penile fracture with unilateral corporeal rupture – Case report and review of the literature

ABSTRACT Introduction. Penile fracture is an urological emergency that implies the rupture of the tunica albuginea and of the corpus cavernosum, with or without urethral injury, secondary to a traumatic…